The Board of the Neshaminy Education Foundation is pleased to announce the winners of the 2022-2023 mini-grants. The NEF will be funding nine grants worth $13,361 this year.
The purpose of the grants is to foster innovative programs, activities and ideas in Neshaminy schools. Any staff member is eligible to apply with approval from the building principal or department administrators.
Maple Point MS students with a laser fabrication machine. This is one of three funded by the NEF 2022-2023 grant program.
The following are grant winners:
- Sarah Wells, Tawanka ES: Flexible sensory seating for first grade students, $1530
- Nancylin Cochran, Joseph Ferderbar ES: Flexible sensory seating for kindertarten, $718.29
- Yazmine Adamson, Albert Schweitzer ES: STEM Picture Books that Inspire Makers, $741.18
- JoEllen Exner, Albert Schweitzer ES: Life Skills & Motor Skills activities, $229
- Tammi Razzano, Maple Point MS: Library mural art project, $2000
- David Wert & Dom Foti, Poquessing MS: Laser fabrication machines, $1500
- Albert Lykon & Spencer Waybrant, Carl Sandburg MS: Laser fabrication machines, $1500
- Russell Boop & Nathan Manthey, Maple Point MS: Laser fabrication machines, $1500
- Jim Murray / NHS chemistry teachers, NHS: molecular model kits, $1642.50
- Rachel Clemens & Sheila Royds, NHS: Organic chemistry molecular modeling kits / AP Biology & Honors Biology II, $2000